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Vanilla Ice Cream Chords

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vanilla ice cream - stephen lynch

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Capo 1
Intro:  A - Em - A - Em
verse 1: same chords as intro
have a seat and listen please don't say a thing
in matters of the heart sometimes the truth will have a sting
just don’t take it personally this is no attack
    A             Em                G         F#/D    Em
but we will never last because i’m white and you are also white

            A               Em               G       D
i only like black girls the brown girls the café au lait
A                 Em                G        D
caramel girls and mocha girls just blow me away
A                 Em                   G         D
if you are nubian i want you to be in every fantasy
    A                        Em
but if you’re a whitey, say nighty nighty
    E|-3------------2---|    A         Em
you’re just not the girl for me.
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Rankles 594 Oct 08, 2005 09:54 PM

There's a capo on the first fret, and that F#/D is actually a D/F#

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Duff_Man 10 Oct 16, 2005 05:59 AM

The E is actually an Em, but the capo was right.

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KJM030584 375 Oct 16, 2005 01:23 PM

OMG... when I read this comment I was like what in the world is duff man talking about... Because whenever I was playing it, I was using Em, and then I went back and sure enough I had E. Thanks for pointing that out. I'll have to pay better attention to when I'm typing these out. Not exactly sure but what's the difference between F#/D and D/F#?

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